Did an interview with Goldman. It’s funny that out of all the questions, the two interviewers didn’t even ask “why do you want this job”. I guess they think everyone wants to go to Goldman.
New to this group. Recently moved to Canada from US. Did my MBA, worked at Credit Suisse. Worked at Goldman Sachs before MBA. Also have 3 years of Marketing exp and B.Tech undergrad...
Is it worth taking a higher pay and role at a smaller company like Protiviti? Especially when you can make the move to firms like Goldman, Morgan, Blackrock but not in a consulting role
Trader interviews at Goldman Sachs? I’ve never done a trading/finance interview in my life, not seeing much online, not sure what types of things to expect
What % of net worth am I allowed to spend on a luxury watch? Got my eyes on a GS and and I’m asking for permission to splurge— pic in comments
So I applied to Goldman and after doing the phone screen with the recruiter I'm less interested in working there. The recruiter made no sense...
Already United 1K and AA Plat for 2020. Choosing between connecting U flights or direct AA flight to next project (both full fare biz). Should I now shoot for U GS (not guaranteed) or AA exec plat?
Any great books on partnership and history of professional service firms? Really enjoyed books about culture of Goldman Sachs, McKinsey and Arthur Amdersen
Anyone used Marcus by Goldman before for their savings accounts? It's currently at 2.25% interest. Not asking in terms of trade-off vs investment accounts but rather just for small liquid funds.
Poached on LinkedIn for a Data Engineer/Data Analyst role at Goldman Sachs. Actual job title says “Tech Measurement Engineer Lead”. Worth considering? I’m a rising Senior at EY in DDnA practice.
Apparently Evercore overtook all firms except GS, MS and JPM in M&A fees. Can they become #1 eventually?
At Deloitte right now as an experienced hire in DC. I think I'm being lowballed. What's a good exit opportunity that'll let me boomerang back for more $$ without slowing me down? Booz? Gov as GS?
If a fed GS 14 switched to a private sector what level do you think they’d be? Have always wondered
How do you guys define success? By salary? By opportunities ie working at Goldman or getting into pe? By being able to work on certain deals? Or is it hitting vp by a certain age?
EY has Goldman and Wealthfront restricted, considering Ally, any existing or scorned customers with feedback? Thanks
2nd year C at Deloitte. Looking at a specific gov’t opening. It lists the potential salary as $67,986 - $126,062 and GS level as 9-14. Where in that range would be reasonable for me to expect to fall?